Bandana Scarf is a very versatile piece of cloth to be said because with mainly being worn over the head or around the neck, it can also be adorned in other different ways. From being able to wrap it around our hands to make it look like an accessory, to being able to make face masks out of it, it sure does add a tinch of versatility to our wardrobes. In this post, I have narrowed down 3 different ways to style a bandana scarf which are all equally elegant and dapper. Try your hand at creating these in different ways and let me know how they turned out to be. And also, if you want to know more about making a face mask out of the paisley patterns the cloth offers, please let me know in the comments or drop me a message through the contact page.
Look – 1 :
Here’s what you want to do – Before you start off with tying the cloth, you might want to wear a nice neck-piece, preferably something similar to a choker and something that matches your bandana scarf. Then take your bandana and fold it to form a triangle i.e, join two opposite corners of the cloth to form a triangle, and tie the cloth around your waist. Pull up the joined points till your neck-piece and use a fashion tape or any tape available to you. Stick it to the cloth and once you pull it up, gum it around the neck-piece. And you got yourself to create a quirky top just within 5 minutes of your time using a basic bandana scarf.
Look – 2 :
This particular look is quite simple and understandable. All the work that goes into this is just folding the bandana to a triangle like in the previous one, and tying it around above your chest. The accessory I have chosen to wear here is actually a belt wrapped around my neck. You can pair this look with anything like a jean jacket as I have, or a suit for a more casual look. You can also not add any layering and still look effortlessly chic.
Look – 3 :
Now this is rather a very common way of styling a bandana scarf, or any scarf in general. I opted to narrow this down as the third look because I am a college student and I obviously like to experiment with my wardrobe. I strongly believe that it is okay to repeat your clothes or be a serial repeater, and this is one of the ways you can spice it up.